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Morning Wrap: 8/6/12

Monday, August 6, 2012

The Sikh temple massacre’s ripple effects in the Bay Area, Whole Foods’ architectural turn-off in San Jose, Caldecott Tunnel update, more.

  • The Wisconsin Sikh temple massacre’s ripple effects in the Bay Area. Contra Costa Times 
  • Another Bay Area for-profit college is raided, accused of being a “Visa mill,” this one Herguan University in Sunnyvale. Mercury News
  • Columnist Scott Herhold doesn’t like the architecture of Whole Foods’ planned store near HP Pavilion one bit. Mercury News
  • A new study shows that a whopping 65,000 Bay Area immigrants could benefit from the Obama administration’s new immigration policy. Oakland Tribune
  • Stanford coach David Shaw tells his quarterback candidates not to worry about trying to play up to departed Andrew Luck’s standards. Mercury News
  • Word from the Caldecott Tunnel: the fourth bore is nearing the end of its big dig. Contra Costa Times

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